One City Donations to Food Pantries across Jersey City
Berry Lane phase one nears completion!
PRESS RELEASE: Parkview Manor Ribbon Cutting
Business leaders see Jersey City, and the state, as place of growth
PRESS RELEASE: Powerhouse Stabilization Advances With Removal of the Smokestacks
Jackson Green: 22 New Townhomes at the Hub
2012 NJ Smart Growth Awards
McGinley Square Redevelopment Plan Wins New Jersey Future Smart Growth Award
Jersey City "LEAF" Program
LEAF (Loan Energy Assistance Fund) was created to entice the small and mid-size Jersey City Business Community to reduce their environmental impact while saving money on energy consumption. By offering our business community low interest loans at favorable terms, the LEAF program encourages businesses to helping the City in creating an energy efficient improvement environment.
All types of commercial, small to medium enterprises, interested in improving their energy efficiency are eligible. Projects may include:
An Energy Efficiency Project Loan shall not exceed $75,000.00
2.5% APR for loans up to $10,000
Not to exceed 10 years
Parkview Manor located at North Street and Cambridge Avenue is the Agency's fourth workforce housing project. Not a LEEDS certified project, but using the Agency's knowledge of building green and sustainable housing. This project is being built by Franklin Development Company and will be dedicated to Anne S. O'Malley, former Hudson County Freeholder.
April 22, 2013
One World Trade Center
December 3, 2012
NY Times: Paul Hoffman, ‘Mayor of Strange Places’ and Explorer of the City
November 13, 2012
Jackson Green Groundbreaking
October 9, 2012
EDA raises transit hub credit cap on residential bids
September 26, 2012